|New Brunswickers in action this past weekend|
Jan 27 2020
New Brunswick athletes were competing across North America this weekend, and they sure did not disappoint with notable performances from many this weekend. Both UNB Reds and UdeM Aigles Bleus sent teams to the McGill Team Challenge in Montreal along with club athletes from across the province. South of the border, UNB sent a team to the John Thomas Terrier Classic in Boston Jack Berkshire ran for UofT at Eastern Michigan and Sarah MacPherson ran the Dr. Sanders Invitational in New York.... >> more
|Middle-Distance Athletes Wanted!|
Jan 17 2020
Are you a middle-distance athletes between the ages of 18 and 35 who specialized in distances between 600m and 1 mile? If so, this opporunity could be for you! Read on...
PhD Candidates Jonathan Lasnier and Natalie Durand-Bush are looking for middle-distance T&F athletes between the ages of 18 and 35 who specialize in distances between 600m and 1 mile to participate in the second phase of their research project. In this phase, they are aiming to evaluate and compare the benefits, draw... >> more
|Les Jeux de la francophonie canadienne - Bulletin spécial|
Jan 16 2020
Voici quelques informations de la part des organizateurs des Jeux de la francophonie canadienne 2020.
Un événement d’envergure qui a lieu tous les trois ans
Une première pour la Colombie-Britannique et pour le Grand Victoria
Un rassemblement de 1200 jeunes Canadiens et Canadiennes d’expression française
Une opportunité pour les jeunes de 14 à 18 ans de se déma... >> more
|ANB Award Winners|
Jan 15 2020
On Saturday (January 11th), Athletics New Brunswick hosted its annual awards gala to honour its athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers through the last year.
Below are the winners of each award:
The U14 female winner was: Kate Norquay. (FLTC, Fredericton)
The U14 male winner was: Jack Mellish. (ASEA, Colpitts Settlement)
The U16 female winner was: Erin Vringer. (SJTC,Saint John)
The U16 male winner was: Micah Landry. (SJTC, St. Stephen)
The U18 femal... >> more
|Looking Really Good!|
Dec 30 2019
On behalf of the ANB Board, I wish to extend our very best wishes to all ANB members over this holiday season. 2019 was another year of remarkable athletic performances and this, at all levels (Youth to Masters, Regional to International) making us all look keenly forward to the year ahead.
Thank you everyone for your generous contributions to our sport and to ANB’s ongoing success. Much of this is possible through the dedicated work by our talented staff in Stephanie, J... >> more
|Records fall at Last Chance Meet|
Dec 29 2019
It was an exciting day of competition at the Last Chance Meet hosted by UdeM and AETOS Athletica on Saturday, December 21st.
Patty Blanchard, of Moncton has established a new Canadian Master’s record in the 60-64 800m in a time of 2:51.20!
Veronique Omalosanga broke the UdeM 60m record in a time of 7.71s, while Tristan Sutherland broke the St. Thomas University High Jump record in a leap of 1.55m. Max Mazerolle bested the U18 Pole Vault record with 3.20m , Jocelyne Allan... >> more
|ANB Awards Gala Finalists Announced|
Dec 20 2019
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce the finalists for the annual ANB Awards, being held on Saturday, January 11th at Bar Le Coude on Université de Moncton’s campus. This delightful evening will be a great opportunity to celebrate the amazing achievements of our athletes, coaches and volunteers from the 2018 Cross Country and 2019 Track & Field seasons. The following have been named finalists in the below categories.
U14 Female Athlete of the Year:
-Re... >> more
|Jeux de la francophonie canadienne 2020|
Dec 12 2019
A rumor has been going around that there is a deadline today for athletes interested in the Jeux de la francophonie canadienne 2020 to submit an interest form. We wanted to clear things up for you. The form in question is mostly to gather information for team sports to coordinate areas of training camps and tryouts. For track & field, we will proceed as normal with our tryouts this May, so you don't need to worry about that form for now.
Also, this is a great time for u... >> more